35 Beelbee Street, HARRISTOWN
Character Home, 3 Huge Bedrooms + Study + Sunroom + Shed!
Traditional VJ walls and high ceilings grace this character home of yesteryear.
Offering so much potential with a flexible floorplan you can make this property fit your lifestyle needs. It has 3 huge bedrooms, sunroom at the front (which could also be a 4th bedroom), enjoy the morning sun on the front porch, open plan living, large laundry and a great space for a study. It's screaming out for some 'TLC'.
* 3 large bedrooms (one with built-in robes)
* Main bedroom has air conditioning
* Open plan family area with reverse cycle air conditioner
* Good size kitchen with ample cupboard space plus built in microwave
* Brand new electric cook top
* Main bathroom with separate shower and bath (shower door needs to be replaced)
* Extra large laundry with newly tiled floor and separate toilet
* VJ walls plus 9.6ft high ceilings
* Solar hot water system
* 9m x 6.5m powered shed
* 627m² fenced corner block
The easy care gardens make this home very low maintenance and the side access off Stehn Street enables secure off street parking and offers a concrete driveway leading to a 9m x 6.5m powered shed.
Situated in a quiet street and in close proximity to the City Golf Course, Harristown State High School, Concordia College, a lovely park across the road and CBD just a few minutes drive.
Check it out today. Don't miss out on your opportunity!
Land size: 627m²
General Council Rates: $TBA net per half year
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